Work with us
Museum and Gallery Customer Support Officers (Casual)
closes on 22 April 2022.
Fairfield City Museum & Gallery is hiring Casual Customer Support Officers to expand our team. We are looking for Arts and Heritage minded people who would love to work with us on a casual basis. The Customer Support Officers will work in a front of house role. You will welcome visitors, attend to customer enquiries, take bookings and work at exhibition launches and events. There might be opportunities to assist with exhibition installation, collection care and tour guiding.
Shifts are mainly on weekends with the occasional weekday or night. Rosters are created on a monthly basis.
We require our casual staff to have a valid Working with Children Check clearance and Responsible Serving of Alcohol Competency registration. The pay rate is $28.73 per hour plus casual penalties.
If you are interested in working at one of Western Sydney’s most dynamic cultural centre, please get in touch.
To apply, send through your Curriculum Vitae, a cover letter introducing yourself and the names of at least two referees addressed to Carmel Aiello, at email@example.com
For more information or enquiries telephone us on 97250190
Paid opportunity for specialised art facilitators
closes on 26 April 2022.
FCMG is seeking expressions of interest from artists, creatives, and teachers to facilitate term-based classes starting May Term 2 of 2022. FCMG is looking for facilitators with experience who can teach the following programs:
- Children’s art classes
- Accessible art classes
- Mums and bubs art classes
- Art classes for Seniors
Applicants should possess broad skills in creative practice skills. Classes can be held during opening hours or after hours. All applicants must have a Working With Children’s Check (paid) and Public Liability Insurance.
Deadline for submissions is Tuesday 26 April 2022. Email your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line ‘Specialised Facilitator call out’
- A cover letter outlining your skills and expertise
- CV (max. two pages)
- Contact details of two referees
For more information, click the link here(PDF, 175KB) to take you to the Expression of Interest call out.
Our dedicated volunteers are very important to us. They enrich our organisation and support our programs by assisting in a variety of roles; including the delivery of Living the Past, a primary school-aged immersive education program.
Interested in becoming a volunteer?
Volunteers are required to commit at least one half day per fortnight, either Tuesday or Thursday, from 9am - 1.30pm guiding young primary students through structured activities in our historic site. All new volunteers will be trained and mentored by experienced staff before they deliver the program.
Contact us if you would like to know more about joining our wonderful team of volunteers.
Contact us on 9725 0190 or email us for more information.